365 good days : #364 (in conclusion)

I missed a day.  Somwhere in the past year, I clearly mislabeled a day, or maybe double labeled a day?  I have no idea.  To be completely honest, I lack the motivation to review my last twelve months of posts to find it.  So I appreciate your understanding on that subject.  Thanks.  You’re nice. I…

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365 good days: #363

I love the genuine nature of rural life on Terceira.  My husband and I are driving, and then we find ourselves among a heard of cattle, slowly shuffling from one field to another.  I find it amusing every time (which is usually at least once every month or so).  They almost seem to know exactly…

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365 good days: #361

My husband loves to talk about how much he hates my little white dog. “She is the worst.  We should though her in the trash.  Did you hear that, Morris?  Everyone hates you.  You will never be Soup.  I love Soupy, she is pretty.  You are stupid, Morris.”   Luckily, Dr. Morris doesn’t understand English yet,…

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365 good days: #360

We had been out of milk at my house for several days, which meant I was unable to enjoy my daily cup of coffee before work.  However, yesterday, I finally remembered to buy milk (as did my husband, so now we have a stupid-amount of milk).  That also meant that-Yay-I can enjoy my morning coffee…

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365 good days: #359

This makes my heart happy.  My little white dog and little brown cat cuddling in the sun together.  They pretend like they don’t like each other, but then I catch them cuddling, and it is adorable.  Sometimes, Freya will groom DocMo’s ears with her teeny tiny cat tongue, and Dr. Morris just looks at me…

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commission: …the heavens shall give their dew.

I loved working on this piece.  It was commissioned by my client as a gift for her husband.  Both she and her husband are passionate and fascinating people, with a profound love for their family.  This work was created to encompass varies elements of her husband’s love of family, his profound faith and his deep…

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